I have 20 years management experience, but recently switched to a new industry in a newly created leadership position within a small company. Four of the employees that I was brought in to supervise do not want to be supervised, do not feel they need my new position and are disgruntled. It is nearly a year and these individuals are still meeting and holding discussion behind closed doors, disregarding my direction, resisting my position, resisting new programs and displaying general hostility toward me. I have strived to generate collaboration, open discussion, and have generally been available, helpful and competent in my work. How long should I stick this out? It is rather hostile and I'm feeling a bit desperate. Leadership is supportive of me and I have been implementing most of the recommendations on this site, but the hostility continues. Should I move on? I have a lot of opportunity available to me including other job offers. I just don't like to give up on my commitment if there is something more I could be doing to make this work. Ideas?